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A gavel in a courtroom.

A gavel in a courtroom.

A gavel in a courtroom.

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A sitting of Gorey District Court has heard it will be alleged in a case due to come before it that a local man waved a knife around in public before stealing soft drinks from a supermarket.

The case of Stephen Griffiths, 34A Garden City, Gorey, went before Judge John Cheatle at a recent sitting of the court.

Judge Cheatle was told by the gardaí that it will be alleged that on November 4, 2021, the defendant produced a knife in the car park of Iceland, in Gorey, and that he subsequently entered the store waving the knife and took a 24-pack of 7-Up without paying for it.

“Mr Griffiths was discovered close by but the knife wasn’t recovered,” the investigating garda told the judge.

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Judge Cheatle adjourned the case to September 8, for a plea to be entered or a hearing date to be fixed.


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